Altering the Dundas WHR carriage to make the flood removable, as we do with most of our other carriages, has meant a lot of changes on the inside too.
On the kit the seats are supposed to be fixed to the insides resting on these moulded ledges.
Not only are the ledges not required if the seats are going to be free-standing, they will also prevent us slipping in the glazing, so they'll have to be removed.
Fortunately this kind of plastic is very soft and it's easily done with the scalpel.
Next, the seats need to have new ends made to support them where they would have been fixed to the inside.
All these seats, once they've been made up, are fixed in place on the floor, which has also had its footsteps glued in place.
Here you can see it in place inside the body.
The roof has not been fixed in place yet and is just resting in position for now.
It's been handed over to Himself to get on with painting it at his leisure.